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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta k'il'Ul 11 vH-r> ,v Sweepstakes probe urged jy Sykes WINNER COUAPSES- Nina Kuscalk, 33-year-old housewife from Long Island, N.Y., collapses on floor of dressing room after winning women's division of Ihe EAA maralhon. Nino, iho molher of two children wol the first woman to officially finish the 26-mile, 3B5-yord Hopkinton to Boslon race. (AP Wirepholo) Cakary hermit C' Hs it CALGARY (CP) The lite of D hermit is over for Jacob Fcdiuc who wanted to "do a bit of thinking" on his own last year. The 50-year-old recluse built a shack alongside windswept Cheslcrmere Lake, just, east of Calgary, and spent the winter in temperatures which al limes hit Iiolow zero. The lasl signs of his hermil Disease strikes rare musk oxen PEKING (Reuler) Two rare musk oxen presented to China by tile United States arc suffering from a serious skin disease and officials at Peking zoo expressed anxiety Tuesday over this development as thou- sands of Chinese ilocked to sec [be animals. Zoologists hero say the dis- ease could be passed on to oilier animals in the zoo and they are concerned over the health oE the oxen. The oxen, Earned Milton and Matilda, arrived here last week by a U.S. Air Force plane. The aircraft returned to the U.S carrying two gift to the American people (rom the Peking Municipal Revolutionary Committee. existence went up In smoke Tuesday when workmen burn cd his driftwood stockade. Monday, he washed Ills .n the lake and walked away saying he was headed lor Man toba where his family owns a [arm. What little warmth he go from the stockade came fron wood slovo be fashionet [rom pots and pans found in a garhage area near Us make- shift home. Sometimes he would fisl through the Ice of the lake fo food, and occasionally peopl living near the area woulc bring him supplies. REFUSED TO MOVE The hermit refused to mpv from his shack despite offers o B from relatives in Ih Calgary area. "I think I'll slay for the win ler and do a bit of thinking o my own I just wanf to ge away for a he said i an interview last December. The workers uncovered pot bottles, a thermos and c electric frying pnn. There wer a few newspapers In the area a half-bottle, of what looke like wine, and mice lots o mice. Before he left, Jacob told friend he got his thinking don and it was timo to move on. Wcdnrjiday, April 19, 1972 THE LHHBRIDGE HERALD 13 CAI-GARY (CP) Mayor :od Sykcs said here he isn't atistied wilh a police report of n iiwesligalion inlo the opera- ons of the Stampede Futurity weepslakcs. "There are still some ques- ons that have not been an- wcred and I intent! to ask the algaiy Police Commission to nd Ihe answers for the layor said. The investigation concluded he operation, run by Ihe Cal- ary Exhibition and Stampede oard, is working properly. It ordered after a city res- dent complained that liis tick- Is were not Included in two arly draws. II.STAKI! MADE The police report said 186 .ckcls sold for the weekly raws were not included In the irst two held In March, but iave been included in Ihe rest. A mistake was apparently made by one of the agencies vhlch sells the tickets. Mayor Sykes said he Intends o write a letter to Hie Slam- lede board concerning the mat- er, adding he would like to see independent investigation nlo the sweepstakes. The major prize In the sweepstakes Is which vill be awarded to the person loldlnp a ticket on the winning mrse following the running of he futurity, a race for two year old thoroughbreds foaled in Canada, scheduled for Sept. 16. Rapeseed incentives unpossi ible OTTAWA (CP) Incentives to keep rapeseed production at sufficient levels lo meet world demand are Impossible until Ihe crop is brought under the con- trol of the Canadian wheat board, Agriculture Minister II. A. Olson said here. He was answering a Com- mons question by former prime minister John Dinfenbaker who said rapcseed had a large over- seas market which might not be satisfied because of an antici- pated acreage reduction of 37 per cent this year. Mr. Diefenbakcr wanted ei- ther on incentive payment or a floor price established "so that the production of rapeseed will keep up with demands." Scissors 'Sharpened Ground to a rwfcct uniform by cxf- [is (he fines I commercial available. 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